You are in Halifax to study at one of its many universities, but these local schools can also be a gateway to academic adventures across the planet. Here are a few of the possibilities.
By Jessica Linzey
Tags: Education, Back To School
At its heart, Ilan Hatsor's play Masked, about three Palestinian brothers, is a universal story about family. The Coast talks to director Anthony Black.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Theatre
Dance dance evolution
Halifax is home to Canada's only international flamenco company, thanks to Maria Osende's passion for the musical tradition.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Dance
Michael Smith tops the food channel
Halifax's Ocean Entertainment tastes success with popular "food-porn" TV programs like Chef at Home and French Food at Home.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Film + TV
Halifax Pride Week 2008: Pride moves forward
As part of a series of inter-generational conversations making The Coast's 15th anniversary, three LGBT activists from across the decades discuss where the movement has been and where it's going. With audio wextras!
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Halifax Pride
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
What type of proof of vaccination do you need in Nova Scotia?
NS will require school and health care staff to be fully vaccinated
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
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Flu shots are more important than ever
By Lyndsay Armstrong
COVID cases and news for Nova Scotia on Thursday, Oct 21
By Team Coast
Do I have to disclose my STI?
By Dan Savage
Your horoscope for the week October 21-27
By Rob Brezsny